MoMO Galerie x alban le henry = mfc2
Exhibition from Friday March 21 to Wednesday April 23, 2014
This is the second edition of mfc-michèle didier’s new exhibition concept: mfc2, again based on the idea of invitation. After La Serre and La Ville Rayée, two external collaborators have once again invested the space of the Paris gallery.
mfc1 = MoMO
mfc1 = an artist, Romaric Tisserand, under the guise of MoMO Galerie, proposes a totally new work, entitled 3360 TIMES (from M to O), a series of 3360 color combinations arranged similarly as the famous LOVE by Robert Indiana. Three colors are randomly interchanged and chosen from an arbitrary selection of sixteen colors, revealing four letters, M O M O.
mfc2 = alban le henry
mfc2 = a designer, alban le henry, creates here a storage space, updating his stack, a work that will display almost all of mfc-michèle didier’s publications. The question here for alban le henry is to take an interest in the productions' containers — box, slipcase, cover — and show in a domestic exhibition works of art that we usually see closed — books and boxes.
A common idea connects both projects: the unity that is used as a module to be multiplied and combined. In Romaric Tisserand’s case, the unity is the one created by the color. As for alban le henry, the unity in his installations arises from the stacking of the storage units.
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